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Mississippi Center for Violence Prevention Executive Director Sandy Middleton addressed the press at the end of the virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony of the expansion of The Tower facility to house victims of sex trafficking in Mississippi. Photo by Kayode Crown.


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MYTH: If you really loved him or her, you'd want to sleep with them. MYTH: The only way you can contract a sexually-transmitted disease is by having unsafe sex with more than one person. Yeah, that sounds corny — but it's a fact.

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All it takes is one time, with one person. If someone you love is pressuring you to take that step, and possibly even threatening to dump you if you don't, it says a lot about how they love you back.

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With some STDs, you don't even have to have intercourse to be infected. More than half of teenagers are virgins until they're at least 17 years old.

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If you know you love someone deeply, try to concentrate on other ways to express it until you both know you're ready. FACT: Loving someone and being ready to have sex with them are two different things. Whether it's awkward, embarrassing, hysterical, disastrous, mediocre, or earth-shatteringly fabulous, it's different for every two people, every time, with different emotions, experience, and circumstances.

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The only truth that matters is what's best for you. People lie, and exaggerate, and can talk a good game when it comes to sexual antics. MSDH has not reviewed this translation and is not responsible for any inaccuracies.

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Obviously, the more partners you have, the better your chance of getting an STD, but in the end like getting pregnantthe magic is One. MYTH: Condoms keep you from feeling anything during sex. MYTH: You can't get pregnant the first time you have sex, or by doing it standing up, or by using douche afterwards, or when you're stoned, or if you're having your period, or you have irregular periods, or if you've recently had FACT: We're sure you've heard some of these whoppers, or maybe some even weirder ones.

In the end, if he or she really loves you, they'll be willing to wait. Even if you use a condom or other form of birth control, you can still get pregnant. It's more complicated than a scented candle and the right CD on the stereo.

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Admittedly, it's true that condoms can reduce sensitivity for the guy, but they don't affect a girl's sensitivity. MYTH: Everyone you know is doing it. Consider the statistics. Sex is never what it is on the big or small screen, or even in books or magazines.

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Movies and TV are entertainment, not instructional Sex Ed films. Forget who you've heard them from, or how many times you've heard them. In the end, it doesn't matter who's telling the truth or not.

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FACT: False. FACT: Uhhh That would be "NO! Intimacy is about communication, trust, and respect. Don't believe everything you hear. So if you choose to have sex, regardless of when and how, know what you might be getting yourself into.

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There are many varieties of latex condoms on the market, so it's worth experimenting to see which condom is the most comfortable. The truth is, you can get pregnant any time you have sex. This has been automatically translated from English.

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FACT: Most of us have heard this one. S tudents can empower themselves with the facts by talking to their parents, teachers and other professionals. Maybe we'd all like sex to involve hot music, great lighting, and no talk of STDs or birth control, but we can't forget the difference between entertainment and reality.

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They definitely don't eliminate feeling completely, and the benefits of using a condom far outweigh any drawbacks.

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